Lore Trees I. Devos
Date of birth:14.04.1999
Collegiate Career Highs
Points: 25 (12/08/20 vs. San Diego State)
3FGM: 4 (12/08/20 vs. San Diego State)
3FGA: 5 (2x, last 12/08/20 vs. San Diego State)
FGM: 11 (12/05/18 vs. Northern Arizona)
FGA: 21 (2/02/19 vs. Air Force)
FTM: 9 (1/02/19 vs. UNLV)
FTA: 9 (1/02/19 vs. UNLV)
Rebounds: 12 (12/10/20 vs. San Diego State)
Assists: 8 (12/21/18 vs Denver)
Blocks: 4 (3x last 1/7/21 at UNLV)
Steals: 6 (12/21/18 vs. Denver)
Minutes: 47 (12/10/20 vs. San Diego State)
Spring Academic All-Mountain West (2018, 2019, 2020)
Mountain West Scholar Athlete (2017-18, 2019-20)
One of five returners who played at least 15 games in 2019-20…Has appeared in all 10 games, starting nine of them…Has scored in double digits eight of 10 games, including two 20-point outputs…Has five double-doubles after entering the season with one…Notched three of the double-doubles in one week, garnering Mountain West Player of the Week (12/15)…Tallied a career-best 25 points and a then career-best 11 rebounds against San Diego State (1/8/21)…In game two of the Aztec series, she enhanced her career mark in rebounds to 12 while playing a career-high 47 minutes…Through 10 games, she has already matched her season-high blocks at 17 which she set in her freshman campaign…Has only missed one free throw this season. Has a total of 156 points so far this season.
Appeared in 16 games with four starts…Started the season opener against Chadron State, scoring 12 points in 14 minutes, but went down with a lower leg injury that kept her out the next 14 games until her return against San Jose State (1/11)…Logged 355 minutes for an average of 22.2 mpg…Finished with 113 points for 7.1 ppg…Shot .411 from the field on 46-of-112 shooting…Only missed three free throws, going 14 for 17…From three-point territory, went 7 for 16 – a .438 clip…Grabbed 66 rebounds for a 4.1 average which ranked third on the team…Half of her games played resulted in at least five rebounds…Six double-digit scoring games…”Lore is Back” game was the fifth contest after SJSU when CSU played at Nevada (1/29) and Devos had a 17-point output in 25 minutes on 6-of-7 shooting and five rebounds…Logged a season-high 37 minutes against San Diego State (2/24), putting up 12 points, six rebounds, season-high four blocks, and two steals…Scored a season-high 18 points against UNLV (2/19), going 7-of-10 shooting and 4 for 4 from the free-throw line, while adding five rebounds, three assists and two steals…Had a season-high eight rebounds against Wyoming (2/15) in 19 minutes…Season-best four assists at San Jose State (2/22)…Played 28 minutes in the first round of the Mountain West Championships against Air Force, finishing with six rebounds, one block, one steal and one points…Returning letterwinner.
Started in all 30 games for Colorado State during her sophomore campaign … Averaged 37.1 minutes played per game … Led Colorado State in multiple major statistical categories, including points per game (13.6), rebounds per game (5.2) and field goal percentage (.417, 163-for-391) … shot .237 (9-for-38) from three-point range and .766 (72-for-94) from the free throw line … Finished second on CSU in assists per game (2.8) … placed second on the team in steals (43) … Finished fourth on the team in blocks (10) … Scored 23 points with eight rebounds and five assists vs. Northern Arizona (Dec. 5) … Shot 10-for-16 en route to a 23-point outing in the Rams’ season-opening win vs. Eastern New Mexico (Nov. 6) … Tallied 23 points and eight boards vs. North Florida (Dec. 2) … Racked up 21 points with 10 rebounds, eight assists and six steals in CSU’s victory over Denver (Dec. 21) … Scored 19 points on 8-for-16 shooting and hauled in six rebounds at Boise State (Jan. 30).
Appeared in 29 games with 11 starts in 2017-18 … Averaged 7.1 points and 3.1 rebounds per game for the season … Scored 25 points on 10-for-16 shooting against Idaho (Nov. 11), marking the most points scored by any player in her first collegiate game in the Ryun Williams era … Scored a team-high 15 points off the bench on 7-for-10 shooting to lift the Rams to a win at Nevada (Feb. 3) … Scored 15 points on 6-for-11 shooting and grabbed eight rebounds in the Rams’ win over North Carolina Central (Nov. 25).
Joins the Rams with several years of international experience, beginning in 2014 with Belgium’s U16 Division A team … Averaged 11.8 points, 4.6 rebounds and 1.3 assists per game for the Belgian U16 team in 2015 … Scored 19 points against England for Belgium’s U16 team … Played multiple positions, including point guard, for Belgium’s U18 Division A team in 2016 … Also gained experience competing in Belgium’s top division of basketball, helping DS Waregem to a 19-3 record … Averaged 7.3 points per game on 46 percent shooting for DS Waregem in 2016-17 … Averaged 12.2 points per game, 6.3 rebounds per game and 1.8 assists in 21 minutes per game competing for Stedelijk Lyceum Topsport, a school in Antwerp, Belgium … Named an all-star after Stedelijk Lyceum Topsport reached the European Superfinal.
Daughter of Toon Devos and Ilse Herreman … Born April 14, 1999 … Born in Kortrijk, Belgium … Has two brothers, Boris Devos (21), and Bavo Devos (17) … Majoring in Biochemistry.
IN THEIR WORDS
Head coach Ryun Williams on Lore Devos:
“Lore is one of the best young talents in all of Belgium. She just does a lot of things on the basketball court very well and does them with an incredible toughness. I love the fact that she has been competing against level one professional talent in Belgium and performing well. Her strong versatile skillset will fit nicely with our team.”
- She can play F/C with the ball.
- She defends successfully around 1 * 1 high * low.
- With her rebound intuition, she gives herself an advantage in attacking.
- Her feet are slow in 1 * 1 defense.
- She prefers to narrow more space than pressure on the ball.
- She has a switch feature in defense of PnR, but the sleight of her foot is a problem.
PnR Ball Handler:
- Playing PnR to her right or left doesn’t matter to her.
- Pull-up over PnR is her greatest feature.
- By hitting her left, her endings are much stronger.
- Around the short corner, she plays the PnR (Collective Player) on-field spacing so accurately.
- She ends with so critical statistics in 4 * 5 PnR games.
Strengths on Offense (+)
- When she does the switch, she does not put pressure on the player in possession of the ball, her feet slow down.
- She instinctively goes under in the PnR defense.
- In PnR defenses, she doesn’t use 3 point choice when she runs under her own defense.
- Her choices are wrong when she doesn’t use her shot and break the spacing and rush in.
Deficiencies on Offense (-)
- Her middle distance and pull-ups are very successful
- Her ribaund sense is top level as offence/defence
- Her strongest side is her 1/1 high-lows
- She uses very successfully 1/1 low post defence startings
- She is suitable for 4 runners in modern basketball and the plays except the inside one
- Her low post game reading intelligence is high level
- She doesn’t use 3 point choice
- She makes choice mistake after her unused shot
- She has problems with fast guard defense
Her full court defence is very weak
• The most dominant player in its own generation of European basketball, a player who can play in every position including inside and has different characteristics.
• Physical and some characteristics similar to the Italian Zandalisini (except for outside shot) and if she makes the right career planning, European career is very open to development.
• Although her physical disadvantages occur after injury, the first two years in Europe will be very decisive in terms of her arrival.
• In this process, as soon as she stabilizes her outside shot, she will surely try wnba.
• Each of her positions to have basic and modern basketball features, with her physical strength and intelligence, now clear that she will be one of the most important players of Europe.
• As long as Belgian basketball continues with this system, it will bring more players to European basketball.